After giving up roughly 70 basis points this week, the long end of the municipal market rebounded Thursday amid a barrage of short-term issuance, including a $10 billion pricing of California notes and $1.1 billion of seven-year Texas unemployment bonds.

Traders said tax-exempt yields were anywhere from six to 10 basis points lower out 20 years and longer, while bonds with earlier maturities were unchanged.

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